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WILMINGTON- The Hermitage Club will not reopen for the holiday season, according to club president Harper Sibley.In a brief holiday missive to members, Sibley said the company has not been able to close on the refinancing deal they've been seeking for the past several months. The company also...

Mount Snow has stockpiled snow around the mountain, as seen in this photo posted on Facebook on December 21. Using the snow saved in snowmaking "whales" will help the mountain to bounce back from today's warm, rainy weather.
VERMONT - Turning the corner into the holiday week, Vermont ski areas aren't allowing Friday's weather to dampen their Christmas spirits, according to press release issued by the Vermont Ski Areas Association Friday afternoon. "We saw this storm coming, and we were ready for it," said Jamie...

Poor fall weather conditions prevented the installation of the liner of North Branch Fire District's holding pond. The sewer district is asking users to limit their wastewater to reduce costs.
DOVER - As the valley prepares for an influx of tourists and visitors in the coming weeks, North Branch Fire District officials are asking district users to conserve wastewater. The request comes amid a major upgrade to the district’s plant, which is experiencing weather-related delays that have...
WILMINGTON- At their regular meeting this week, selectboard members approved an agreement to take some of Dover’s sewage and agreed to put two social services funding requests on this year’s Town Meeting warning.
Acting as sewer commissioners, board members approved an agreement with Dover...
DOVER - At the Dover Selectboard meeting on Monday, the board agreed to a proposed new snowmobile trail, which will cross the Valley Trail and Dover Town Park. The new trail will allow access to 7-Eleven for gas. 
Michael Garber presented the proposal to the board. “This is really an...
WILMINGTON- The town may agree to maintain access to municipal parking through a Hermitage property in the village.  
At the selectboard’s last regular meeting, Pickwell’s Barn owner Andrea Berg told board members that the driveways on either side of the Hermitage’s Deerfield Valley Design...

As part of the International Baccalaureate program, Dover School sixth-graders tried to participate in as many service projects as possible. This year, they have joined the Source to the Sea Project helping to clean up the local watershed; headed up a local UNICEF group; visited the local food pantry monthly; and collected toys for the Toys For Tots program. Above, Jack Cady, Dakota Crow-Holt, Emerson Cohen, and Eddie Oakley shop for toys.
DOVER - On Monday, the Dover Schoolboard discussed changes that may be on the horizon for the Windham Central Supervisory Union board in light of Act 46. The board also reviewed a letter that sixth-grade teacher Susan Neuman received informing her that stories written by 12 of her students were...
WILMINGTON- Former Rep. David Larsen has released a memoir detailing the 10 years he spent in the Vermont House of Representatives.  
Larsen will offer a discussion with selected readings from his book, “Small Town Rep, my personal and political journey to and through Vermont’s State House...
WILDWOOD, MO- Peak Resorts, owners of Mount Snow, say the company is “well positioned” going into their busiest quarter. 
The company held a conference call with investors on Wednesday, in conjunction with the release of quarterly financial statements.  In their second quarter, which ended...
WARDSBORO - On Tuesday evening, Windham Central Supervisory Union Superintendent Bill Anton gave a first preview of what might be ahead for the town’s school when he told community members that in January, he will make an official recommendation to the River Valleys Unified School District board...

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